One Honey Badger Smelling The Stone Floor

“B” is for Badger

Badgers belong to the weasel family. Badgers have really powerful jaws and very sharp claws. Badgers also have very tough skin. Badgers dig burrows to rest and sleep in during the day since they are nocturnal creatures that only venture out at night. Badgers can be found in India, Africa and in the Middle East. Badgers Read more about “B” is for Badger[…]

Tarantula Spider In Nature Close Up Macro Shot

“T” is for Tarantula

Tarantulas are really big spiders! Tarantulas are also really hairy. Tarantulas can be found in America and in Africa. Tarantulas live in burrows in the ground. Tarantulas do not spin webs like other spiders. Some people keep tarantulas as pets! Tarantulas eat insects, beetles and grasshoppers. Very large tarantulas can even eat birds! Tarantulas have Read more about “T” is for Tarantula[…]

Big Hippopotamus Near Lake

“H” is for Hippopotamus

A hippopotamus is a large land animal that can be found in Africa. Hippopotamuses rest in water to keep their body temperature low. Hippopotamuses can easily run much faster than human beings. Although hippopotamuses may look cute and chubby, they are extremely dangerous and aggressive animals. Male hippopotamuses are called “bulls”. Female hippopotamuses are called “cows”. Hippopotamuses Read more about “H” is for Hippopotamus[…]

Pink Flamingo In Zoo Close Up

“F” is for Flamingo

Flamingos are large birds with red feathers. Flamingos live in shallow lakes and mangrove swamps. Flamingos can be found in places like Africa, America and Asia. Groups of flamingos are called colonies. A flamingo will rest by standing on one leg. Flamingos spend a lot of time every day just cleaning themselves! Flamingos do not Read more about “F” is for Flamingo[…]

Spotted Hyena Crocuta Cocuta Standing On Savannah

“H” is for Hyena

Hyenas are large animals that look like dogs. Hyenas are carnivores. This means they only eat meat. Hyenas hunt for their own prey. Hyenas are scavengers because they also eat the meat of dead animals that they find. Hyenas hunt at night. Hyenas usually live in large groups called “clans”. Young hyenas are called cubs. Hyenas Read more about “H” is for Hyena[…]


“G” is for Giraffe

Giraffes are the tallest animals on earth. Giraffes can grow to more than 5 metres in height. Giraffes are able to run really fast over short distances. A giraffe eats only plants and fruits, which means it is a herbivore. Giraffes can sleep standing up. Giraffes have really small horns on top of their heads. Read more about “G” is for Giraffe[…]

Cape Buffalo Syncerus Caffer With Bird On Head Close Up

“B” is for Buffalo

Buffaloes are sometimes called bison. Buffaloes live in groups called herds. Buffaloes are very strong animals. Buffaloes can also run much faster than humans. There are many different types of buffaloes, like water buffaloes, Cape buffaloes and American buffaloes. Buffaloes are found in many parts of the World like Asia, Europe, Africa and in the United States. Some Read more about “B” is for Buffalo[…]

Monkey Family Hamadryas Baboon

“B” is for Baboon

Baboons are the largest type of monkeys in the world. Baboons do not spend much time swinging in trees like other monkeys, instead they spend most of the time on ground. Female baboons have bottoms that can turn red when they are ready to mate. Baboons are only found in Africa and Arabia. Baboons live Read more about “B” is for Baboon[…]


“G” is for Gorilla

Gorillas are large primates that can be found in forests in Africa. Gorillas are herbivores. Gorillas walk around on the feet of their hind legs and the knuckles of their hands. Gorillas live in groups that are called troops. As a male gorilla grows old, it grows a patch of silver hair on its back. Gorillas are highly intelligent animals and Read more about “G” is for Gorilla[…]


“L” is for Lion

Lions are large cats that can be found in Africa. Male lions have manes. Female lions do not have manes. Female lions are called “lionesses” and are very fierce hunters. Baby lions are called “cubs”. A family of lions is called a “pride” of lions. Lions can be as heavy as 250 kilograms! A lion’s Read more about “L” is for Lion[…]